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Officer who slammed Indigenous teen to the ground during arrest 'had a bad day', NSW police chief says

SBS Wednesday, 3 June 2020
The NSW police chief admits the forceful arrest of an Indigenous teen at a Sydney park could have been handled better, with the boy's family set to speak out.
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